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A terrifying voice in military code sent to random Twitter users ‘ phones has sent the internet into meltdown as users continue to speculate about his links to MH370, extraterrestrial life and an imminent Doomsday date.
It seems to have started off with Ty, a regular Twitter user with no apparent prior interest in any of these topics or the conspiracy theories that inevitably arise in a discussion of them.
×This Event is no where related to catastrophic events
× April 18, is absolutely safe
×All other accounts are impersonating
×reason for this event is to help people with the problems of a coming global cicada event
×reason for this event is to aware people with knowledge
— 914 (@LunarrRabbits) March 17, 2018
On March 13, Ty posted a recording of a creepy voice mail message that he received on his mobile phone and asked for help to translate.
Since then, it has received more than seven million views and hatched in a dozen conspiracy theories, earning Ty more than 40,000 additional followers and forcing him to temporarily disable his account (he was finished with the death threats and homophobic taunts), and the change in his grip.
The bizarre voicemail features a robotic voice droning out an automated message completely in the NATO phonetic alphabet. Deciphered, it reads:
This is what it says, to pay attention that there is an “S” to the right for hazard, which means that the recording is on a continuous loop, it is not set a message to play as soon as it goes to voicemail pic.twitter.com/G77xkLVuKh
— Uzumaki (@jvstinfox) March 15, 2018
“S Risk of SOS, it is terrible for the to evacuate please note they are not human 042933964230 SOS Hazard EMERGENCY.”
Other users who are set to work on the series. They turned out to be a set of coordinates that, when connected to Google Maps, led to a single location in Africa and the other in the vicinity of Malaysia.
The last, many users noted, is “very close” to where Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 vanished from the radar, which leads to speculation on the voicemail was a recording of the ill-fated aircraft encounter with an alien craft.
“Are you saying that Malaysia Flight 370 found something non-human???” early user Gio de Loera, in a post retweeted more than 6,000 times.
User Tyelashe replied: “It is a police code. It says ‘Danger SOS the is terrible for the to evacuate. Be careful they are not human SOS danger EMERGENCY”.
Ty also posted disturbing instant messages that he had received on his Twitter account, a in the Indonesian, the other in Malay, some in morse code, and one that seemed to be five groups of numbers: “18.104.22.168 1.18.5 22.214.171.124.14.7 126.96.36.199 41818”.
The Indonesian message, when run through Google translate, turned out to be a warning:
“End of the post you just shared about the recording in the phone.”
Multiple users have decided the numeric sets and the Morse code, and got this: “They are to take over”, and a few cryptic lines about the late scientist Stephen Hawking, stating: “The message received is in respect of Stephen Hawking’s death, you’re not ready for them.”
The numeric sequences allude on April 18, as a kind of judgment day, the recording, or the day when “they” were “to take over”.
Disturbingly, a few nights before he started receiving the messages, Ty posted about a strange event in which an unknown man drove by his house and took photos in 3-hour use of a flash.
He now believes that the man with the camera is linked to the voice mail and the direct messages he received.
Since his post went viral, turning Twitter into a hotbed of paranormal activity and analysis, other equally restless users have come forward to say that they have received from the creepy voicemail message.
Twitter user Basspeare receive automated voice messages to Ty — with the exception of his recording has a long message about aliens before the voice launches into the NATO phonetic alphabet.
This is what it says:
“This is not a test, this is not a joke. Over the last few years, we want to send you an automated voice message to people who understand and who are not afraid. A message at a time will know a lot of the truth. The truth is that other biological beings are the supreme creation, which is of vital importance. Earth.
“A planet such as ours, with the technological advancements, you as a human race have kept yourself strong and live. But if chaos comes to you planet, we need to see ourselves, to prove that there are different ways to keep the peace. Many do not agree with what we say, so that they can hunt.
“Your performance are as follows: You have created religions in a biased unrealistic god, have a government that is corrupt and will fall soon, your weapons is just our advanced technology that you have cleaned up from our own. The liquid lands, please contact your oceans contain a lot of secrets, including a number of (inaudible) sunk down into the abyss.
“We make ourselves known to the best of our greatest possibilities. Turn off your air conditioning the space for safe consequences.”
However, there are indications that the messages were part of an alternate reality, a complex puzzle similar to Cicada 3301, which ran for years before it was allegedly cracked in 2014.
A Twitter account called 914, carried out by someone with the handle @LunarrRabbits, has a pinned tweet is dated March 17, which suggests that the case might be.
This reads as follows: “This Event is not true in connection with catastrophic events, april 18) is absolutely safe, all other accounts are posing as, reason for this event is to help people with the problems of a coming global cicada case, the reason for this event is to aware people with the knowledge (sic).”
This story was previously published in the news.com.au.